PM, Babar Awan discuss law, constitution & economy
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan met Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and senior lawyer Babar Awan in Islamabad on Friday.
Bothe the leader exchange ideas and seek council on constitutional, political and lawful quandaries during the meeting. The prime minister said the government was squarely focused on ridding the country of it’s economic challenges in the meeting.
“We will soon be out of these difficult times,” assured PM Khan. He also told Awan about tough yet important decisions the government had to take in the larger interest of the nation, national interest trumps political ambitions for the current regime.
Khan shared his vision to strengthen and empower state institutes in-turn revitalizing the country’s dwindling economy.
On the occasion, Babar Awan said, “The country has stood with it’s Prime Minister in testing times.” “Survey results and popularity polls are a testament to the nation being firmly behind the decisions being made at the top,” Awan opined.
The former PPP senator also slammed previous governments, admonishing them for looting and plundering the country’s resources during their respective tenures. He stressed that accountability for ills of the past is the need of the hour.
PM, CM Balochistan discuss overall situation of province
Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan also called on Prime Minister Imran Khan today. They discussed development matters of Balochistan and overall situation of the province.
PM thanks UAE crown prince for releasing 572 Pakistani prisoners
Earlier today, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has expressed gratitude to the Crown Prince of United Arab Emirates Mohammed bin Zayed for releasing 572 Pakistani prisoners.
In a statement, the prime minister said Pakistan values this gesture of the UAE government.
He said this step of the UAE government will prove helpful in further strengthening the fraternal ties between the two countries.
In a tweet today on behalf of Pakistani people and government, Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan has expressed gratitude to the Crown Prince of United Arab Emirates Mohammed bin Zayed for releasing 572 Pakistani prisoners.